Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac (Paperback)
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Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 17/09/2007
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When Naomi tries to piece back the fragments of the last three and a half years of her life, she discovers a lot. She has a boyfriend but can't remember him, her mother and father are divorced, and she has forgotten that she is supposed to hate her mother. She also has a group of friends which simply doesn't seem that attractive any more and, despite having meticulously kept a diary, she only mentioned what she ate every day in it! But it's not all bad, because when a girl loses three and a half years she gets a chance to reinvent herself. After all, who is to say that everything has to be the same?

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9780747591658
Number of pages: 288
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 19 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
" Sensitive, joyful . . . Pulled by the heart-bruising love story, readers will stop to contemplate irresistible questions. " -- Starred, Booklist & nbsp; " A good read. " -- Kathy Taber, Kids Ink Children ' s Bookstore, Indianapolis, IN

"Sensitive, joyful . . . Pulled by the heart-bruising love story, readers will stop to contemplate irresistible questions."--Starred, "Booklist""" "A quiet exploration of identity and self-realization that is simultaneously thought provoking and entertaining.""--VOYA"""""
"Unique . . . Will be well received by teens."--"Kirkus Reviews"
"Honest and complex characterization grounds a thoughtful, suspenseful examination of memory and identity." "--The Horn Book"
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"""Zevin cooks up an entertaining love story . . . teens will identify with her vulnerability and her heightened feelings of alienation. And fans of psychological dramas won't want to put this book down." "--Publishers Weekly"
"A compelling read with intelligent dialogue that's also touching and funny.""--School Library Journal"
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"""A good read."--Kathy Taber, Kids Ink Children's Bookstore, Indianapolis, IN
"This book seems to be really accurate about how teens think . . . very refreshing and a great read!" --A YALSA YA Galley Teen Reader
"Zevin, already a great author, has outdone herself." --A YALSA YA Galley Teen Reader
"Zevin is a smooth and subtle stylist, creating particularly interesting characters here." -- "Bulletin for the Center for Children's Books"
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"This was a memorable book. Naomi was a likable, realistic character." --A YALSA YA Galley Teen Reader

"Zevin is completely convincing on the intensity of early passion and the way it can evaporate in the rays of something new, and she has a light touch with the deceptively shallow anguish of adolescence."-"The New York Times Book Review"
"Sensitive, joyful . . . Pulled by the heart-bruising love story, readers will stop to contemplate irresistible questions."-"Booklist", Starred Review
"Zevin is just a great writer. . . . [She] gets all the details right."-"The San Francisco Chronicle"
"Zevin blends romance, changing friendships, and familial dysfunction with themes of chance, loss, and choice, and the result is a quiet exploration of identity and self-realization that is simultaneously thought provoking and entertaining."-"Voice of Youth Advocates"
"Unique . . . Will be well received by teens."-"Kirkus Reviews"
"Honest and complex characterization grounds a thoughtful,
"Zevin is completely convincing on the intensity of early passion and the way it can evaporate in the rays of something new, and she has a light touch with the deceptively shallow anguish of adolescence."--"The New York Times Book Review"
"Sensitive, joyful . . . Pulled by the heart-bruising love story, readers will stop to contemplate irresistible questions."--"Booklist," Starred Review
"Zevin is just a great writer. . . . [She] gets all the details right."--"The San Francisco Chronicle"
"Zevin blends romance, changing friendships, and familial dysfunction with themes of chance, loss, and choice, and the result is a quiet exploration of identity and self-realization that is simultaneously thought provoking and entertaining."--"Voice of Youth Advocates"
"Unique . . . Will be well received by teens."--"Kirkus Reviews"
"Honest and complex characterization grounds a thoughtful, suspenseful examination of memory and identity."--"The Horn Book"
"Zevin cooks up an entertai

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“Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac”

This book is really sad, full of upsetting happenings, although i do have to say i was slightly disppointed with the ending.

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“Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac”

I really liked this book i haven't read any of the other Gabrielle Zevin books but after this book im gomng to read Elsewhere. This is a great enjoyable book and I reconmend it!

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“Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac”

another excellent book by gabrielle zevin

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